Ribose achieves CDSA CPS Certification with lowest possible risk rating
Committed to protecting user information and intellectual property
HONG KONG, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ribose has achieved certification for Content Protection and Security (CPS) from the Content Delivery and Security Association (CDSA). All audited areas were rated as Green, indicating full compliance and a low level of risk. Ribose is the only collaboration platform worldwide certified to CPS.
Ribose believes the open Internet is based on innovation and the protection of intellectual property, which it is fully committed to. With CPS certification, intellectual property owners can be confident in collaborating freely on Ribose, knowing their content is safe and secure.
CPS is an international standard developed by the world’s largest content owners, including software, games, media and entertainment companies. It has stringent and comprehensive standards and procedures for the protection of intellectual property, including audited risk assessment, and for the management of all systems handling intellectual property. Certification is awarded only after exhaustive checks by CDSA auditors.
CPS requirements comprise multiple capability framework areas including digital security, physical security and management. Ribose was found to be fully compliant in each area, representing a very low security risk environment.
Peter Wallace, Worldwide Director of Anti-Piracy and Compliance Programs, CDSA, stated: "CPS certification is a comprehensive, industry-accepted standard covering content security. Ribose is operating to the highest standards and we commend its commitment to intellectual property security."
"It is rare for a company to achieve full compliance in a first audit, and we are delighted that Ribose performed so well across all areas," explained James Wise, Director of Anti-Piracy and Compliance Programs in Asia, CDSA. "The security management systems at Ribose are well-designed and quite mature, demonstrating that Ribose is very serious about protecting user information."
The Content Delivery and Security Association (CDSA) is a non-profit organization advocating the innovative and responsible delivery and storage of entertainment, software and information. Among its members are some of the world’s largest intellectual property owners including Adobe, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Sony, NBCUniversal and the Walt Disney Company. Established in the 1970s, CDSA was previously known as the International Recording Media Association.